Fellowships


Silicon Valley/SF Bay Area
Abilities United
Aspiranet
Breakthrough Collaborative
Citizen Schools
Humane Society of Silicon Valley
InnVision Shelter Network
Lifelong Medical Care
Music for Minors
Partners in School Innovation
Resource Area for Teaching (RAFT)
Second Harvest Food Bank
Silicon Valley Education Foundation
Sunnyvale Community Services
YWCA Silicon Valley

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HP ENCORE FELLOWS IN THE NEWS

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Encore Fellows have proven to be an attractive option for corporate employees at the end of their midlife career who wish to transition to another stage of contribution working for the greater good of their community.

The HP pilot program is available to active HP employees in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento who meet HP's US retirement eligibility criteria no later than December 31, 2015, and are not on an Improvement Required and/or Corrective Action Plan.

Process improvement – improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operations; improve quality management and processes

Planning- lead or coordinate strategic, sustainability or operational planning processes

IT support - assist NPOs in getting the most out of their IT environment

Leadership and management development - assess management practices and create actionable plans

HP and Encore.org are partnering on a new pilot program for retiring HP employees in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento who wish to explore their "Encore" stage of contribution with local nonprofit organizations as an Encore Fellow.

Human resources professionals are taking notice of the human talent represented by the encore population - and implications for both corporate and nonprofit employers.

Human resources professionals are taking notice of the human talent represented by the encore population - and implications for both corporate and nonprofit employers. A three-part piece in Human Resources: People and Strategy magazine includes a conversation between Encore Fellowships Network national director Leslye Louie and Encore.org VP Marci Alboher, an essay by Marc Freedman and a profile of Encore Fellow Jere King Brooks.

Very nice article about Jere King, former Encore Fellow at Abilities United in Palo Alto, CA.

Jere King served an Encore Fellowship with Abilities United, a Palo Alto non-profit focused on community inclusion that has been serving children and adults with developmental and physical disabilities. Before her fellowship, Jere was a vice president of marketing at Cisco, retiring in November 2011.

This article in Career 2.0 describes Jere's transition and her current work, post-fellowship, at Stanford.

Great article in the NYT Online, features Encore Fellows

This article came out on June 6, 2014 (online edition) and spent most of the weekend on the NYT most-emailed list. The article features EFN National Director Leslye Louie and two Encore Fellows: Louisa Hellegers, now the program director of the New York Encore Fellows program, and Kathy Quiett, an Intel Encore Fellow who moved to Florida and is helping with sea turtle rescue at the local zoo.

Encore Fellowships Network - Finalists for the Eisner Prize

$25,000 Award for Intergenerational Excellence


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